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Feast of Saint Thomas the Apostle

Feast of Saint Thomas the ApostleSaint Thomas the Apostle is often known by the name, “Thomas the Doubter” or “Doubting Thomas.” As one of the Lord’s chosen apostles, we remember and give thanks for him and his work as a minister in Christ’s Church in the midst of a Noonday Holy Eucharist.Join us Wednesday, December 23 at 12:00 as we commune together and learn how Christ shows himself to us in our doubt through his wounds.

SIGN UP for Our Christmas Eve Service!

SIGN UP for Our Christmas Eve Service!The season of Advent is HERE! We have considered your responses to our last survey and have decided on our services being at 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m. Our 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. services will be streamed and available for later viewing, and a 3:00 p.m. service stream is TBD at this time.It is IMPERATIVE that you sign up for a service if you plan to attend. If you do not sign up,…

An UPDATED Christmas Eve Survey!

An UPDATED Christmas Eve Survey! The season of Advent is HERE! We have considered your responses to our survey and the suggestions you have made. We have created another survey for you to choose from for our Christmas Eve services. It is IMPERATIVE that you fill this out so that we can plan accordingly. We are planning for 2, at the most 3, services depending on expected attendance so make sure your voice is heard by filling out this survey. Please…

Advent Lessons and Carols

Advent Lessons and Carols Our annual Lessons and Carols service will be held on the 4th Sunday of Advent, December 20th during our 10 a.m. worship. Plan to join in as we tell the story together – in various languages – in scripture and song!

St. Mary’s “Angel Tree”

ST. MARY’S “ANGEL TREE” This Sunday November 15 you will find a small tree with “angels” hung on the branches in the parish hall. Please select an angel from the tree to help create a brighter Christmas for the special people in need whom St. Mary’s serves in the inner city. The angel will have a specific gift wish or a request for a gift card. All of the gifts are going to St. Mary’s “Christmas Room” where parents will have the opportunity to select…

First Coast Women’s Services’ 28th Annual Life Banquet LIVE

First Coast Women’s Services’ 28th Annual Life Banquet LIVE Great news! The response to our Life Banquet has been overwhelming! If you have registered, we are looking forward to seeing you.  We understand that some of you or your friends with special restrictions may not be able to attend physically this year. As a courtesy we will be offering an option to join us live stream the evening of the banquet. The banquet will be at 7:30 p.m. THIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER…

Hubbard House Virtual Breakfast: All are Invited!

You’re invited to the 26th Annual Barbara Ann Campbell Memorial Breakfast, Hubbard House’s signature Domestic Violence Awareness Month event. While normally an in-person event, this year it’s virtual and, thanks to our sponsors, free to attend for the very first time! How do you participate? It’s easy. Just click and register. We’ll send simple instructions and a program link to your email before the event happens on October 22. Then, on October 22, you’ll wake up, eat a nice breakfast on your own, and join us at 8 a.m. for…

Holy Spirit Study, Data, and the Wedding (Rector’s Letter 10/12)

Dear Redeemer Family: I have heard great feedback from many of you on our all-together study of the Holy Spirit. You can download a copy of the study from the homepage of our website, and join the conversations in our two open-group zoom gatherings on Wed at 6:30PM or Sunday at 11:10AM. If you are not yet a part of a Redeemer small group, I strongly encourage you to email Darlene.redeemer@gmail.com to join one of our many groups. We are working hard…

“Running on Empty, or Empowered by God the Spirit?” (Rector’s Letter 10/4)

Dear Redeemer Family, We begin our seven-week study of the Holy Spirit together this week, and I am excited to be on this journey with you. Click here to download the study. My sermon this past Sunday challenged me, and I pray it also challenged you. See the information below on our “Running on Empty?” study, and how to get connected if you are not already involved with a Redeemer small group. I am so thankful for your ongoing faithful…

Redeemer Women’s Book Club

Redeemer Women’s Book Club Join us for an open discussion on racial reconciliation on Thursday nights at 7pm on Zoom starting Thursday, October 1st, and finishing on Thursday, November 12th. We will be working our way through Be the Bridge by Latasha Morrison as a guide for discussions topics; although you are still invited to join the discussion of you haven’t read the book or you can’t commit to come every week. If you have any questions please contact Andrea…

Our All-Church Holy Spirit Study has Officially Begun!

Our All-Church Holy Spirit Study has Officially Begun! We are so excited to begin this study with you all! You should have received a copy of “Running on Empty, or Empowered by God the Spirit?” in the mail. If you haven’t received the reading materials in the mail, you can access it digitally here or by going onto the homepage of our website. If you do not believe you are on our mailing list, you can email Shirley.redeemerjax@gmail.com to get…

Congratulations to Our Newest Vestry Members! (Rector’s Letter 9/27)

Dear Redeemer Family: I am so thankful for all of the work that led to the success of our first hybrid Congregational Meeting. While we experiences a few hiccups, I was very pleased with the merging of in-person and Zoom attendees.  Thank you to our slate of 6 Vestry candidates! Hybrid voting using in-person and on-line voting worked well. The three candidates elected to serve on Vestry from 2020-2023 are: Bob Baldwin, Joel Nichols and Molly Taunton. I encourage you to…